Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (KUPPET) has now launched fresh war with Teachers Service Commission (TSC) over stagnation of secondary school teachers. The giant teachers union which is in charge of welfare of teachers in post primary institution has blamed TSC over skewed promotion of teachers in Kenya.
KUPPET want teachers employer to review formula for promoting teachers to ensure it benefits teachers in all cadres. Also want deployment of teachers to JSS to be reviewed and more teachers to be deployed in Secondary Schools to take care of grade seven learners.
According to the Star, Kuppet Secretary General Akelo Misori want teachers working in secondary schools to be considered first for promotion to handle Junior Secondary Schools.
“Promoting high school teachers will be an asset to the smooth transition of grade 7 learners,” he said.
KUPPET now want TSC to provide data in extend of stagnation of teachers teaching in Secondary School. Majority of these teachers are in job group C3 and C4.
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